Phosphorus problem in chronic renal failure

Phosphorus problem in chronic renal failure CKD Phosphorus problem in chronic renal failure When chronic renal failure is diagnosed in cats or dogs, check azotemia (BUN) and serum creatinine levels as well, it is recommended to ask your veterinarian to evaluate blood phosphorus concentration through laboratory standard analysis. Chronic renal failure is a disease characterized by a progressive inability of the kidney to perform various functions. 1. The excretion of nitrogenous catabolites 2. Maintain electrolyte homeostasis 3. Perform endocrine function In dogs and cats during renal disease, the excretion of phosphate represents a very serious problem, more important than not […]
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